Man Arrested at Airport After Firebombing Pro-Life Office with Chilling Object in Hand


Interestingly, it seems that the authorities have done an amazing job of finding the criminal, someone the dictatorship covertly backs.

Hridindu Sankar Roychowdhury, 29, entered a guilty plea on Friday for the May 2022 firebombing of a pro-life headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice.

At Boston’s Logan International Airport on March 28, police detained Roychowdhury. He was carrying a one-way ticket to Guatemala City. On the day when his flight was supposed to depart, he was captured.

Law enforcement discovered the following menacing spray-painted message outside the Wisconsin Family Action headquarters on May 8, 2022, after it was set on fire: “If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either.”

Although Roe v. Wade had not yet been overruled by the US Supreme Court, the public had been informed through leaks of the justices’ impending judgment.

Prominent Democrats and the mainstream media quickly went insane.

Within a few days, demonstrators gathered at the private residences of the justices, and the Biden White House tacitly supported these actions.

Thus, the administration made it plain that a pro-life choice was cause for indignation.

Of course, regimes are made up of more than just those in positions of authority. Among them are influential individuals from a range of institutions. Those individuals propagate stories that support the goals of the dictatorship.

In turn, narratives create an atmosphere of anticipation. People appear to comprehend that atmosphere, and they use it to inform their words and actions, whether intentional or not. All levels of officials’ language begin to contain it.

Take Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes’ remarks following the firebombing, for example.

“The Madison Police Department understands members of our community are feeling deep emotions due to the recent news involving the United States Supreme Court,” Barnes said. “Early Sunday morning, our team began investigating a suspicious fire inside an office building on the city’s north side. It appears a specific non-profit that supports anti-abortion measures was targeted.”

“Our department has and continues to support people being able to speak freely and openly about their beliefs. But we feel that any acts of violence, including the destruction of property, do not aid in any cause,” the police chief added.

After a firebombing, who receives coddling on account of “deep emotions”? Who hears public instructions on activities that do or do not “aid in any cause”?

That would be, of course, those whose indignation the regime forbids.

Law enforcement agents seem to have gone above and beyond in Roychowdhury’s instance, at least, to achieve successful identification and arrest.

For example, local police allegedly observed Roychowdhury throwing food into a public trash can before retrieving the meal to obtain DNA evidence.

State and federal authorities were involved in the firebombing probe in addition to local police.

We should now wait and see what kind of sentence Roychowdhury gets on February 14. He might receive a sentence of up to 20 years in jail, with a minimum of five years.

Roychowdhury was merciful and killed no one. He may have scared a few individuals and wrecked some property, but the police chief did not attempt to console them.

He will therefore take the regime’s silent thanks with him to prison.